Plan International is hiring an International Consultant for a Joint Education and Child Protection Assessment -- Immediate availability! This Consultant will be responsible for carrying out the assessment data analysis and report writing together with the Child Protection and Education Sector Working Groups in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. Please submit CVs to email@example.com. CVs will be reviewed on a rolling basis due to urgency.
Save the Children Denmark (SCD) has over the course of the past eight years, been building technical expertise in the area of child-focused MHPSS as part of our contribution to Save the Children International (SCI), the world’s largest independent organization for children. We believe it is time to scale up our work in this area and build collaborations with global and local stakeholders to increase quality and impact. To do so, we are looking for a Director who can lead the establishment of a new global centre for child, youth and family focused MHPSS.
Click here for more information about the post and how to apply: Director of the Global Centre for Mental Health and Psycho-social Support for Children
The International Rescue Committee (IRC) is seeking the support of an expert to improve the quality of and access to services for child and adolescent survivors of sexual abuse in emergencies. Working closely with the coordination structures of the CP Area of Responsibility (AoR) and the GBV AoR, the focus of this position will be to build inter-agency practitioner capacity, technically support the CP and GBV AoR Rapid Response Team, and roll out the Caring for Child Survivors (CCS) guidelines. Additionally, this position will documents lessons learned, best practices as well as gaps in CP-GBV coordination at the field level, regional and global levels.
For more details and to apply, click here>>: Child Protection / GBV Child Survivor Specialist
The Child Protection Sub-Cluster in South Sudan is seeking a P4-level CP Coordinator. If interested, please click on the below for additional details:
UNICEF and the South Sudan Child Protection Coordination Group are seeking a Child Protection Information Management Officer (P2). More details about the position and how to apply can be found here: TA Child Protection Officer ( Information Management ), (P-2), Juba, South Sudan ( 364 days)
UNICEF is seeking a Child Protection Sub-Cluster Coordinator to be based in Kabul, Afghanistan.
For further details and how to apply, please click here>>.
This is a consultancy position, and the application deadline is 21st November 2017.
UNICEF Office of Emergency Programmes (EMOPS) and the CP AoR are looking for a creative, well-organized Web Designer / Developer. This is a 60-day consultancy spread across 6 months - specific days to be determined by the work plan - and starting 1st December 2017. The position will be home-based, with 1-2 travels to Geneva HQ.
If interested, please click here>> for more details. Please apply by 22 November 2017.
UNICEF in Serbia is seeking an Emergency (Child Protection) Specialist for the formulation, design, planning, implementing, monitoring and evaluation of UNICEF-supported emergency programming, with a focus on child protection.
The closing date for applications is 8 November 2017. The detailed Terms of Reference can be found on http://www.unicef.rs/radite-sa-nama/oglasi-za-posao/. Qualified candidates are requested to submit their application through https://www.unicef.org/about/employ/?job=507126, ref. job number 507126 Emergency Coordinator Child Protection.
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To contribute to more prompt and informed interventions for children on the move, in June 2017, IOM, UNICEF led Global Child Protection Area of Responsibility (AoR) and UNICEF co-led Global Education Cluster launched the DTM for Children on the Move project. The project has the objective of enhancing complementarities between the DTM, Education and Child Protection Information tools and systems, improving the quality and timeliness of information collected, and enabling the development of joint analysis to better identify most urgent needs and gaps in services affecting children.
Output 1: Child Protection, Education and WASH sections of the DTM Data Dictionary are completed on the basis of identified information needs, labelled and provided with the necessary attributes according to the DTM Data Dictionary structure.
Output 2: Desk review report highlighting data analysis/reporting best practices from DTM programmes world-wide, and opportunities for improved analysis/reporting to maximize usefulness.
Output 3: Ready-to-use templates for data analysis are developed together with instructions for use of field practitioners.
Duration: 5 months from 1 December 2017 to 30 April 2018
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